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CSHS marching bandBand competition results

The Cedar Springs Marching Red Hawks celebrated the 50th anniversary last weekend of the Red Flannel Marching Band Competition, the longest running band competition in the state of Michigan.
Mona Shores & Tri-County both received a Division I rating.  Greenville received a Division II.
CSHS marching band leadersScholastic Competition:
Class D: 1st: White Cloud HS; 2nd:  Fulton HS.
Class C: 1st: Whitehall HS; 2nd: Montague HS; 3rd: Fremont HS
Class B: 1st:  Plainwell HS; 2nd: Ionia HS; 3rd: Wyoming Park HS; 4th: Wyoming Rogers HS; 5th:  Battle Creek Central HS
Class A:  1st: Petoskey HS; 2nd:  Portage Northern HS; 3rd:  Kenowa Hills HS
Cedar Springs performed as Exhibition only.
Several of the bands stayed and marched in the Red Flannel parade. It was a great day!

Karaoke contest winners

1st place Tarah (from Bud and Stanley’s restaurant)–$1000.00
2nd place-Jill (from Cedar Springs Pub)–$300.00
3rd place—Katy (from Harvard Tavern)–$200.00

Window Decorating:

1st place – Double “K” Farms
2nd place – Sue’s Kountry Kitchen
3rd place – Alpha Family Center

Garden tractor pulling results

800lb Stock Class:
1st – Dylan Paepke
2nd – Josh Magoon
3rd – Cody McCumber
800lb St-altered Class:
1st – Mike Bassett
2nd – Ray Heinlen
3rd – Tyler Trout
900lb Stock Class:
1st – Dylan Paepke
2nd – Gary Cole
3rd – Randy Wainright
900lb St – altered Class:
1st – Mike Bassett
2nd – Tyler Trount
3rd – Ray Smith
1000lb St – altered Class:
1st – Jim Stratton
2nd – Brian Longcore
3rd – Chris Hampel
1200lb St – altered Class:
1st – Brian Longcore
2nd – David Maniez
3rd – Dan Park
1000lb Super Stock-alt Class:
1st – A.J. Dahlke
2nd – Bill Hanel
3rd – Glen Smith
Open Class:
1st – Ray Heilen
2nd – A.J. Dahlke
3rd – David Maniez
FULL PULLS: Dylan Paepke,  Gary Cole, Mike Bassett, Brian Longcore, Ed Krey, Bryan Strobel, A.j. Dahlke,  Bill Hanel, & Ray Heinlen

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